I'm beginning to put my symbols on the vessels, and write the prescriptions.
|Vessels in my Apothecary|
Alchemical jars - we wrote, drew jars in Sharpe, and choose images that appealed for five remedies.
This was a good warm up for our next class, in a week, my cohort Sepha and I will invite our students to connect with the elements as they paint "Gaia as a Portal"
We drew a winding form in our journal, connecting the end with the start of the line; and used watercolor pencil to write about the "irritant" bellow the line. Then choose another color to write the insight, and skills learned from it. Last, use a brush and water to activate the alchemy.
The next step is to add the Bezoar to one of the medicine confessing vessels on our canvas, with the same colors. It looks rather flower-like, doesn't it?
This morning's prompt was to use a Random item Generator to give us several items pertinent to our alchemical journey, mine were rubber gloves, masking tape, a snow globe, and plush bear. I've been drawing and painting with my Grands, home on an inservice day. I used blue painting tape, for painting my Atelier, the gloves allow me to "dig in"
I asked the kids for ideas for the show globe, and when Z-man suggested Santa, I
remembered the Herstory of a Sun Goddess crossing the sky in a chariot pulled by a reindeer. She flies on Winter Solstice, spinning the sun's rays, and dropping Amber (from her tears) and apples!
I discovered parts of this story when I was painting the Celtic lady, Elen Star-Path. So I brought the Latvian Saule into my globe! My middle granddaughter suggested the word JOY.
Mr grandkids have been enjoying playing with watercolor and Inktense pencils as well, and seeing what happens when they activate then.
What's on your table? Happy paint party Friday!